No, the bug is still there, and it seems to be in the firmware, so nothing much we can do about it. I know Jookie worked hard on it but wasn't able to solve it.
There's actually 2 bugs, the first one hits SD-cards and USB memory sticks and prevents copying of larger files. This one is a firmware bug. The other bug is related to file reads (and possibly writes) from/to a shared network device. Software that does not ensure that their read/write buffers are located on an even address will be hit by corrupted data during reads/writes. As an example, try unpacking a zip located on the shared drive using ST-Zip, or an lzh file with LHarc. While unpacking it will complain about corrupt archives. Sometimes you'll be lucky and all buffers happen to be aligned, sometimes not. I reported this second bug to Jookie and he got back to me, but as you probably know, he's not been active for quite a while so I don't think he ever looked into it.
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on Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:50 am, edited 1 time in total.